Managing your super is easy with Rest

Want to plan for your future? Start by managing your Rest super online today.

How to find and combine your super funds

You can find and combine your super in the Rest App or through MemberAccess. To make it easy, we’ve broken down the steps for you.

Rest App

1. Log into the Rest App. Tip: Make sure you’ve got the latest version (3.2.0 or above) installed
Don’t have the app or the latest version? Download it here.
2. Click the ‘Combine your super’ tab and follow the prompts to find and combine your super.

1. Log in to MemberAccess
2. Click the ‘Combine your super’ tab and follow the prompts to find and combine your super.

Remember we’re here to help If you need a hand. Talk to one of our live chat agents now or call us on 1300 300 778 between 8am-10pm (AEST) Monday to Friday.

How Do I

Find my member number?

By clicking here we can help you find your member number.

Check my account details?

To check that your account details are up-to-date simply login to MemberAccess, click on the 'Member' tab followed by the 'Personal Details' tab. Then all you need to do is edit the details that require updating.

Check if I have insurance on my account?

To find out what insurance you have, or what you’re eligible for,  login to MemberAccess and click the 'Insurance' tab. If you haven't registered for MemberAccess, we can confirm your insurance details over the phone at 1300 300 778.

Know when I can make a withdrawal from my super?

For most people, access to your super is restricted before you reach your preservation age. This is to help ensure you have enough money saved for retirement.

However, if you haven’t reached preservation age, there are a few specific circumstances that may allow you to access your super:

  • Compassionate Grounds: You can apply to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) for early release of your super

  • Severe financial hardship: Rest allows early access of your super as long as you meet certain conditions

  • Permanent Incapacity or Terminal Illness

  • Temporary resident departing Australia

  • Non-preserved super: If any of your super is classified as ‘unrestricted non-preserved’, you can access it at any time (tax may still be payable)

  • Super balance under $200 (and you’ve left the employer who paid your contributions)

For more information on accessing your super early, read our factsheet.

You can also access voluntary contributions you’ve made into your super since 1 July 2017 to use as a deposit to build or buy your first home.  Learn more about the First Home Super Saver Scheme here.

Make an insurance claim?

To notify Rest of your claim, call 1300 300 778 or request a call back by sending us a message on this page.

For more information visit the Insurance and Claims pages in the Manage section of our website.